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Dr Hannah Maslen interviewed by The Economist on her work with the BrainCom project

"Giving humans more options of this sort will be essential if some of the bolder visions for brain-computer interfaces are to be realised. Hannah Maslen from the University of Oxford is another ethicist who works on a BCI project, in this case a neural speech prosthesis being developed by a consortium of European researchers. One of her jobs is to think through the distinctions between inner speech and public speech: people need a dependable mechanism for separating out what they want to say from what they think.
BrainCom project."


Read full article in the Technology Quarterly section

A concise piece 'Grey matter, red tape: In search of serendipity'